In January of 2010 the HOWF was awarded first non-profit Better Business Bureau (BBB) Torch Award for marketplace excellence. October of 2011 HOWF achieved a new milestone by cared for 200 patients and their loved ones throughout their service area. In late 2015 HOWF began a Palliative care program, Palliative Care of North Texas which was an important step in expanding total care for the facility for patients and family members of patients.
Michael Grothe is a Level 4 resident at the House of Mercy Enterprises (H.O.M.E.). He said he plans to get married after completing the program. However, before he started the program, he was suicidal, but the House of Mercy has given him a reason to live, and the House of Mercy has changed his life by teaching him the truth of God’s Word.
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Commissioner’s Court of Young County held a regular meeting this past Monday, February 10, 2020.
Governor charges agency heads with developing workforce plan